Friday, February 24, 2012

San Manuel Tribal Chair James Ramos WILL NOT seek Re-election

San Manuel Band of Mission Indians Tribal Chairman James Ramos will not seek re-election to his chairman position. He announced that he will instead be focusing on his San Bernardino County Supervisor bid.
"Running for county supervisor will be very demanding and will need a lot of positive energy," Ramos said. "It will take a good commitment of time and that is my biggest reason for leaving my current position."

We hope he will speak out of the actions of tribes that have harmed their people in California.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think it's a conflict of interest for him to be supervisor..maybe he is looking to benefit his tribe in some way...he should just stay in charge of his own sovereign nation.